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#TeamAndrew: Watch the building of the Smith's new home LIVE


Team Andrew answers the call, and construction is under way on the new Apison home.

#TeamAndrew: Volunteers see finished home during open house


Volunteers made it happen in less than a week, and many of them came back for an open house Sunday to see the finished product. More>>

#TeamAndrew: The Smiths walk into their home, built by Steps2Hope


The Apison home was built by volunteers and donated supplies, with special touches such as a single-floor plan, a walk-in shower and a shooting range for Andrew. More>>

#TeamAndrew: Final touches on soldier's home


Seven days ago this home on Bill Jones wasn't here. Thanks to more than a thousand volunteers, Thursday Steps2Hope will present Specialist Andrew Smith and his wife Tori with the keys. More>>

#TeamAndrew builders not fazed by rain


Less than 24 hours until the big reveal, Wednesday was all about the finishing touches. Trim work, paint, the final nails and then the clean up. More>>

#TeamAndrew: Finishing touches being put on wounded warrior's new home


Volunteers have been forced back inside by the rain, but the day wasn't a complete wash. More>>

#TeamAndrew: Volunteers work through rain, mud to meet deadline


The #TeamAndrew build site remains wet and muddy after a Monday night storm drenched the property, but crews are still working to meet the July 4 deadline. More>>

#TeamAndrew Day 5: Volunteers ban Smiths from entering to keep surprise


The Smiths have had all access all week to their new house. But starting today, they're banned from entering their own home. It's all to add to Thursday's element of surprise. More>>

#TeamAndrew: Volunteers say home is the least they can do for vet


Its all hands on deck 24/7 at a home building project in Apison. It's the future home for Tori and Andrew Smith.

Slideshow of Steps2Hope home build More>>

Steps2Hope construction well under way on home for wounded warrior


Watch LIVE as volunteers help build the new home for TeamAndrew. Help is still needed on the third shift, 11:00p.m. - 8:00a.m. You don't have to have building experience, just show up at the site on Bill Jones Road. More>>

Team Andrew: 850 volunteers needed to build local soldier's home


The local non-profit Steps2Hope is putting out the call for volunteers to help build a wounded warrior his dream home. More>>

Team Andrew: Channel 3 travels to Walter Reed


Channel 3 anchor Callie Starnes was invited to Walter Reed Medical near Washington DC to update the recovery of Specialist Andrew Smith. It's been 14 months since he stepped on an IED while on patrol in Afghanistan.

Team Andrew: A new leg and more


Andrew Smith posted on Facebook "Andrew got a new leg today! The's not electronic, free swing, and a lot lighter." More>>

Team Andrew: Country star Luke Bryan holds concert for local soldier


A big name in country music makes a stop in Chattanooga to show support for a local soldier. More>>

UTC fraternity helps "Steps 2 Hope" raise funds


A UTC fraternity is helping to hope make a difference in the life of wounded soldier. More>>

Land purchased to build wounded soldier new home


Channel 3 introduced you to the couple months ago, when a local nonprofit stepped up to build them a home. Andrew and Tori got a look at where their home will be built, and invited Channel 3 along. More>>

Team Andrew: Soldier arrives home at Chattanooga airport


Waving American flags, about a hundred people gathered at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport to welcome a wounded soldier home. Army Specialist Andrew Smith was injured in March, while on patrol in Afghanistan. He stepped on an IED and lost both legs. More>>

Team Andrew: Injured solder returns home Thursday

A soldier who lost his legs in Afghanistan is returning to the Tennessee Valley Thursday morning. More>>

'Steps 2 Hope' kick-starts fundraising efforts

A local organization kicked-started its efforts to help young people who have experienced major life-changing events. More>>

Team Andrew: Family of tornado victim to build home for injured soldier

The family of a Union University student, injured in a 2008 tornado, wants to pay it forward. They are moving forward with plans to build an injured soldier the home he deserves. More>>

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